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Wagner Kaisermarsch LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by MAREK JANOWSKI
7.16* Dvorak Symphony No 4. in D minor: LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ : records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Marek Janowski
Conducted By:
Istvan Kertesz

Leclair Suite: Scylla and Glaucus
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
8.28* Vivaldi Concerto for piccolo and string orchestra SEVERINO GAZZELLONI , I MUSICI
8.43* C. P. E. Bach Sinfonia in D (Wq 183 No n
MUNICH BACH ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL RICHTER gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Raymond Leppard
Unknown:
Severino Gazzelloni
Unknown:
P. E. Bach Sinfonia
Conducted By:
Karl Richter

Smetana
Study: On the seashore. Op 17 ALBERT FERBER (piano)
Song of the sea: MALE VOICES OF THE CZECH PHILHARMONIC CHORUS directed by JOSEF VESEIKA
String Quartet No 2. in o minor SMETANA QUARTET: records.

Contributors

Piano:
Albert Ferber
Directed By:
Josef Veseika

Anthony Camden (oboe) Kerry Camden (bassoon) Ian Lake (piano) Mozart, arr Rothwell Diverti mento for oboe. bassoon and piano
Madeleine Drtng Italian Dance, for oboe
Chopin Etude in E, Op 10 No 3* Geoffrey Bush Trio. for oboe, bassoon and piano
Tcherepnin Esquisse , for bassoon
Poulenc Trio, for oboe, bassoon and piano
(From the Library Theatre, Bradford, promoted by Metropolitan Bradford Libraries in association with the BBC) BBC Manchester

Contributors

Bassoon:
Kerry Camden
Piano:
Ian Lake
Unknown:
Rothwell Diverti
Piano:
Madeleine Drtng
Unknown:
Geoffrey Bush
Piano:
Tcherepnin Esquisse

A programme first broadcast in the England's Pleasant Land series in 1972. celebrating Vaughan Williams's centenary. The works are by four of his closest friends: one of them, Herbert Howells , pays tribute to him at the beginning of the programme.
Herbert Howells Piano Quartet in A minor; Song-cycle: In green ways
Bax Lyrical Interlude, - for string quintet ,
Hoist Four Songs. Op 35, for voice and violin
Patrick Hadley Scene from The Woodlanders
FELICITY PALMER (soprano) MICHAEL LLOYD (piano)
MUStC GROUP OF LONDON

Contributors

Unknown:
Herbert Howells
Piano:
Herbert Howells
Violin:
Patrick Hadley

by Baroque and Renaissance Composers including dances by Widmann. Byrd. Campion, Dowland, Telemann and songs from Wonders of the Worlde by John Mayrfard , played on instruments of the period by THE PRAETORIUS CONSORT
Christopher Ball (renaissance and baroque recorders) Paul Arden Taylor
(recorders and crumhorns) Alison Crum (recorders, crumhorn, cornemuse, viols) Polly Waterfield (viols and percussion) Clifford Armstrong (tenor and percussion) Robert Spencer (lute) Peter Vel (bass viol) Alan Wilson (harpsichord and percussion) Net Romano (bells, percussion) director CHRISTOPHER BALL who introduces the programme

Contributors

Unknown:
Widmann. Byrd.
Unknown:
John Mayrfard
Unknown:
Praetorius Consort
Unknown:
Christopher Ball
Unknown:
Paul Arden Taylor
Unknown:
Alison Crum
Unknown:
Polly Waterbeld
Tenor:
Clifford Armstrong
Unknown:
Robert Spencer
Bass:
Peter Vel
Harpsichord:
Alan Wilson
Director:
Christopher Ball

Dreamtiger
Kathryn Lukas (flute)
Rohan de Saram (cello) Dick Witts (percussion)
Lise-Martine Jeanneret, Peter Hill, Douglas Young (pianos) directed by Douglas Young
Erika Fox Exercise for two pianos (first broadcast performance)
3.15* Douglas Young Cartes for percussion (first broadcast performance in this country)
3.40* Jeremy Dale Roberts Les vergers d'eclairs for flute, Cello, piano and percussion

(Given in the Concert Hall of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, last Oct)
(BBC Manchester)
(Stereo)

Contributors

Flautist:
Kathryn Lukas
Cellist:
Rohan de Saram
Percussionist:
Dick Witts
Pianist:
Lise-Martine Jeanneret
Pianist:
Peter Hill
Pianist/Music Director:
Douglas Young

medium wave onlu Work and Training
6.30 Why Work?
4 Getting Results
Do vou have to be a manager or professional worker to get a sense of achievement from work? Or can it be a feature of other jobs too? Presented by DAVID GUEST. ( Rpt)
7.0 Teaching Music New series Five programmes for instrumental teachers, organiser* and parents.
1: JOHN HOSIER introduces some enthusiastic young violin, piano and guitar players, and discusses with their teachers parental co-operation, teaching methods, the beginner's repertoire and the enjoyment to be derived from amateur and professional music-making. Series producer DAVID EPPS

Contributors

Introduces:
John Hosier
Producer:
David Epps

direct from the Royal Albert Hall EMANUEL AX (piano)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Jeadcr PETER THOMAS conductor Boris Brott
Arnold /Hoddinott/Maw/Daniel Jones/Grace Williams/Tippett Severn Bridge Variations on a Welsh folk song
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2, in B fiat major

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Hall
Conductor:
Jeadcr Peter Thomas
Conductor:
Boris Brott

We all have memories of particular landscapes that have a special personal resonance. In a series of four talks Geoffrey Grigson reflects on some of his favourite places in England and on how their different moods have assumed an ideal, almost symbolic significance for poets and artiste.
1: The Idea of the North Sea
This talk is being printed in The Listener dated 22 July

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Grigson

Vampirella by Angela Carter
Countess Vampirella: My demented and atrocious ancestors habitually sequestered themselves, from the light of the sun; each one, man or woman, I was a victim of the most terrible passion ... I scarcely dare speak its name. But love, true love, could free me from this treadmill, this dreadful wheel of destiny.
Count Dracula: My daughter, the last of the line, through whom I now project a modest, posthumous existence, believes ... that she may be made whole by human feeling.
Hero: She is so beautiful she is pitiful.
This is a first play for radio by Angela Carter , novelist and poetess who has won the Somerset Maugham award and the John Llewellyn Rhys prize for her work.
Other parts played by David Graham and Elizabeth Lindsay Produced and directed by Glyn Dearman

Contributors

Writer:
Angela Carter
Producer/director:
Glyn Dearman
Countess Vampirella and Elizabeth Ba'athory:
Anna Massey
Count Dracula, Sawney Beane and Henri Blot:
David March
Hero:
Richard O'Callaghan
Mrs Beane:
Betty Hardy
Other parts:
David Graham
Other parts:
Elizabeth Lindsay

ENSEMBLE DIE R'EIHE conductor pribhrich cbrha
Schoenberg Eiti SteMdichetn (1905); Three little pieces for Chamber orchestra (1910)
Hanns Eisler Fourteen ways of describing rain
Webern Rondo for string quartet (first performance in this country); Six pieces, Op 6 (version for chamber ensemble)

Contributors

Unknown:
Schoenberg Eiti Stemdichetn
Unknown:
Hanns Eisler
Unknown:
Webern Rondo

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